The Emory College of Arts and Sciences offers a variety of summer programs for current students, incoming first-year students, and high school scholars. These programs all offer students the option of living on campus. The Office of Residence Life & Housing hires residential staff to supervise and facilitate the residential experience of these students while they are on campus. To learn more about each program, click on the links below.
The Emory Pre-College Program, offered by the Office of Undergraduate Education, gives college-bound high school students an exciting glimpse of academic and residential life at a top-ranked national university. Participants in the Pre-College Program are given the opportunity to:
Students in the Emory Pre-College Program will be living in a residence hall on-campus. The Office of Residence Life will be hiring one (1) Residence Hall Director and ten (10) Resident Advisors to supervise and facilitate the participants' residential experience. Please click on the links above to learn more about each of these positions.
Questions about these positions may be directed to Cristina Dimengo at email@example.com or at 404.727.8880.
Maymester is a three-week term immediately following graduation (May 14 - May 31, 2013) offered by Emory College of Arts and Sciences. Emory College and visiting undergraduate students will have the opportunity to engage in intensive academic courses and to earn four credit hours in three-weeks' time.
Maymester courses take full advantage of the condensed term, offering students an opportunity to explore and experience academic subject matter in ways that may not be available during traditional terms.
Students enrolled in Maymester may choose to live on campus for the duration of the program. Maymester students will be housed in Clairmont Tower for Summer 2013. Details about Maymester housing may be found here.
The ACE Program offers incoming first-year international students the opportunity to experience the best of their new college life in a supportive and vital environment. ACE Program students enroll in a challenging college-level academic course, American Studies 212, four weeks prior to the start of the fall semester, giving them a jumpstart on their college careers. American Studies 212 focuses on classroom engagement; academic skills support (writing, reading, oral presentations, group discussion, American classroom etiquette); exposure to American activities; how to navigate the University and metro Atlanta; access to rescourse (tours of the city and cultural points of interest).
The College Prep Insitute is a three-week academic and residential program for international high school students preparing to attend a U.S. college or university for their post-secondary study. Students are given the opportunity to enroll in a college-level course that offers an introduction to American culture, and experience life in a college residence hall. For more information about CPI, please visit the Emory Pre-College website.